Jan 21, 2013 6:55pm PST
the break-room fridge. or through their. democratically elected representatives, enacts a gun control law of any kind. so we need to be ready. how are we gonna do that? >> it is time to get ready. start working out, start stretching. steerchg so important. you've got to stretch. trust me, when the (bleep) goes down, you do not want to pull a hammy. [cheers and applause] i recommend -- feel the like i'm in a road show of where the wild things are. i recommend hot yoga-- when you're mounting an armed insurrection, you want your chakras to be open. and your butt high and tight. [ laughter ] and you can't blame guys like yeager for being passionate because guns are the civil rights victims of our time. it's no coincidence that most of them are black. [ laughter ] and that i get nasty looks when i sit down with one at a lunch counter. [ laughter ] and i'm not the only one who thinks so. standing with me is larry ward founder of the first-ever gun appreciation day, which happens to be this saturday, the same weekend as martin luther king day. and that's no coincidence. >> i believe that gun app
Jan 21, 2013 10:30am PST
nation needs cash. >> the problem is that, you know, when the rule of law doesn't aemploy if everybody, then you don't really have the -- apply to everybody, then you don't really have the rule of law anymore. if we can't arrest these people because they are too important what does that say to somebody carrying a joint. >> stephen: again, you should be carrying 800 million joints. why not lay back and enjoy it because we need the banks? right? we can't do without the banks. maybe it is right. maybe we've gotten to the point where we can't do anything to these guys because they provide an essential service. you get a paycheck. do you use a bank? >> i do use a bank. i don't use the mattress anymore. >> stephen: sour a hypocrite. [ laughter ] -- so you are a hypocrite? >> exactly. that's the argument they made. all the financial companies have essentially made this argument that we're tool imperative to the stability of the system therefore we can't be prosecuted anymore. >> stephen: not only that but if the banks went out of business, i would have to -- >> where would you get your drugs.